KLM Flight Academy Implements FlightLogger Software

11 May 2020

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Over the last couple of weeks, the implementation of the FlightLogger flight school management software has been completed for the KLM Flight Academy. This week, the solution goes live for the entire academy.

KLM Flight Academy has a long and proud history going back to 1946, where it was originally started as a government initiative under the name National Aviation School. Today, the academy is 100 % owned by KLM. As an acclaimed source of skilled pilots to its mother company and many other airlines worldwide, KLM Flight Academy has always insisted on the highest standards for its pilot training. For that reason, CEO Kenneth Normann Jeppesen is proud that FlightLogger’s management platform was selected: “It is important for us that FlightLogger can serve both small and large pilot schools worldwide. The fact that KLM Flight Academy has chosen our software is a huge recognition of the hard work we are putting into this platform.”

A key reason for KLM Flight Academy selecting FlightLogger was the fact that the academy’s entire training program could be integrated into the online platform in a swift and seamless way. “We are really impressed about the quality and speed of which our entire portfolio of courses, users, documents, resources and procedures were incorporated into the FlightLogger platform during the onboarding,” commented Mark Gerritsen, Head of Training at KLM Flight Academy. “The implementation team at FlightLogger has taken care of everything for us. They have configured a turnkey solution that we only needed to sign off, which has been no problem at all.”

Due to the coronavirus situation, both the technical implementation and the onboarding of KLM Flight Academy staff has been carried out via online sessions and this proved to be a much smaller challenge than expected.


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